DeWalt 20V Max Atomic Compact Tools Review:
The DeWalt 20V Max Atomic Compact Tools are designed to make your work easier and safer. They have been designed with safety first and they do it well. The tools come with a built-in battery charger so you don’t need to worry about recharging them every time you use them. You can charge the batteries using any standard wall outlet or through a USB port if you want to go wireless.
They are easy to use because of their small size and light weight. The tools have a handle on one side which makes them easy to hold while working. They come with a screwdriver tip, a pry tip, a flat tipped tip, and a sharpened point tip. There are two different sizes of blades available depending upon what type of cutting work you’re going to perform.
One blade is specifically designed for woodworking and the other blade is specially designed for metalwork. Both types of blades are made from high quality stainless steel.
One of the most useful features is the ability to change out the batteries for new ones without having to take apart the tools. You simply plug in a cord into the included power adapter and then connect your computer’s USB port to recharge your tools. This feature makes it very convenient when you travel since you don’t have to worry about running out of juice on long trips.
The tools can also be charged through a USB port on your car’s dashboards. If you want to use them in an emergency situation, then you can always keep a fully charged spare battery with you since the tools come with a storage case that keeps your batteries protected from impact or other types of damage.
There are 2 different types of kit available in the market. One kit comes with 2 batteries and a charger while the other comes with 4 batteries and a charger. The 2 battery kit has a list price of $99.00 while the 4 battery kit has a list price of $130.00.
The 2 battery kit is more than sufficient for most weekend warriors who only do minor home projects or use them at their job sites. Most people prefer the 4 battery kit since it’s only slightly more expensive and provides extra power for extended projects.
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